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Profitability of Momentum Strategies in Emerging Markets: Evidence from Nairobi Stock Exchange
(IBIMA Publishing, 2011)
This paper tests the profitability of momentum strategies in Kenya, an emerging market for the period 1995 to 2007. Both relative strength strategies (RSS) and (weighted relative strength strategies (WRSS) are employed ...
Isolation, characterization and identification of roundup degrading bacteria from the soil and gut of Macrotermes michaelseni
Abstract Roundup degrading bacteria were isolated from the soil and gut of fungus cultivating termites Macrotermes michaelseni using MM7 media supplemented with the pesticide as the sole source of carbon and energy. The ...
PERSPECTIVE OF ACADEMIC RESEARCHERS ON OPEN ACCESS PUBLISHING IN KENYAN UNIVERSITIES
Despite the potentials for Open Access (OA) in improving the visibility of research through e-publishing in either OA journals or achieving in Institutional Repositories (IRs), this mode of scholarly communication is not ...
Stingless Bee for Crop Pollination and /or Honey Production
Pollination is a vital biological process for improved quantity and quality crop and fruit yields. A wide range of fruits and vegetables such as: apples (Malus domestica Linneaus), cucumbers (Cucumis sativa Linneaus.), egg ...
NLC urges foreign landowners to beat regularisation deadline
More than 30 foreigners have confessed they own large swathes of land in Coast Province, the National Land Commission has disclosed.
Daily Nation: Port of call that goes way back in time
(Nation Media Group, 2013-07-25)
Brief History of Kilindini Harbour
THE INFLUENCE OF REFERRAL SERVICE ON HOUSEHOLD ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE SERVICES IN ELDORET MUNICIPALITY, KENYA
(1st Annual International Interdisciplinary Conference, AIIC 2013, 2013-04-24)
Abstract: The severe shortage and unfavourable distribution of health services continues to widen with observed disparities and imbalance in funding and poor distribution of human resources that continues to be limited ...
Degradation of dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) by bacterial isolates from cultivated and uncultivated soil
(Academic Journals, 2010-02-04)
The re-introduction of dichlorodiphenyltrichloroethane (DDT) to control mosquitos was recommended by the World Health Organization in 2007. In this study, the potential for biodegradation of DDT by soil microorganisms ...
Impact Of Organization Characteristics On Sustainable Competitive Advantage During Strategic Change In Airlines
(European Journal of Business and Management, 2013)
Firms in the airline industry are using resources and capabilities to build sustainable competitive advantage and how these resources and capabilities are used are subject to change when the organization is responding to ...
Morphomeristic study of sympatric Barbus species from a man-made reservoir in upland Kenya
(African Journal of Ecology, 2012-03)
Abstract The small Barbus are a widely distributed group of freshwater fishes in Africa whose taxonomy is yet to be resolved. This study used morphomeristic analysis of characters to distinguish and describe sympatric ...